Best of #econtwitter - Week of May 22, 2022 [1/3]
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This is part one of three.
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^“We found it was largely a shift in what people *report* to the IRS, not a shift in what work they *do*”
^Chris Blattman also summarizes here
^this works for econ too, and works shockingly well